DEL MAR, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say thieves cut through a wall to gain entry into a San Diego County jewelry store and got away with $50,000 worth of merchandise.
Sheriff's Lt. Jim Walker says employees arriving for work Saturday at Loghman Jewelers in Del Mar found a hole cut through from an empty for-rent space next door.
Walker says at least $50,000 worth of jewelry was reported missing.
City News Service reports no arrests have been made and no suspect descriptions are available.
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